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CHS Return to Campus

ASU and the College of Health Solutions are committed to your safety and well-being as we transition back to campus. Here you will find details on our return to campus plans along with guidelines and resources to help you during this rapidly changing time.

Timeline

Timeline

College staff and faculty will transition back to campus in Phase 1 beginning July 6. The schedules below were based upon being able to provide adequate support (e.g. IT) for staff members to return to campus.

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Area/HubContactPhase 1
Start July 6
Student Success HubAllCarrie RobinsonTeam leads and directors July 6
Remaining staff July 20
Dean's OfficeExecutive StaffTyna ChuJuly 6
Dean's OfficeLeadershipDean HelitzerJuly 6
Dean's OfficeAdmin OperationsSandy MartinezHN Coverage July 6
Remaining Staff July 27
Dean's OfficeEvent ServicesMarcus JonesJuly 6
Dean's OfficeMarketing and CommunicationsJulie KrellJuly 20
Dean's OfficeTranslational ScienceDeborah WilliamsJuly 27
Academic Success HubLeadershipJulie LissJuly 6
Academic Success HubInstructional SupportKate BrownJuly 13
Academic Success HubCurricular and Academic PlanningKate BrownJuly 13
Business SolutionsInformation TechnologyHenry BartoJuly 6
Business SolutionsResearch AdvancementPhil CarranoJuly 20
Business SolutionsHuman ResourcesPhil CarranoJuly 20
Business SolutionsFacilitiesPhil CarranoJuly 6
Business SolutionsAnalytics, Finance, and BudgetingMichal-Anne MillerJuly 13
Research Success HubAllSabrina MahamJuly 13
Innovation and Strategic InitiativesSpeech and Hearing ClinicKristin WillStaff June 22
Faculty and Students July 1
Centers of ExcellenceCHiRGeorge RungerJuly 27
Faculty SuccessFacultyCarol Johnston
Colleen Cordes
July 6

Phase 1: CHS Return to Campus Calendar and Assignments

Phase 1: CHS Return to Campus Calendar and Assignments

Faculty may return to campus beginning July 6. Research staff may return according to approved research plans.

    Phase 2: CHS Return to Campus Calendar and Assignments

    Phase 2: CHS Return to Campus Calendar and Assignments

    Phase 2 will begin August 17, 2020

    Faculty may return to campus beginning July 6. Research staff may return according to approved research plans.

    Employee Guidelines for Social Distancing and Hygiene

    Employee Guidelines for Social Distancing and Hygiene

    • Employees should complete self-monitoring and temperature monitoring daily.
    • Promote frequent handwashing, refrain from shaking hands.
    • Zoom meetings are preferred.
    • Employees are required to wear face coverings in ASU buildings at all times, except if alone in a closed room.
    • Employees are required to wear face coverings in outdoor community spaces where social distancing is not possible.
    • Adhere to conference room capacity per ASU policy.
    • Employees should not share food.
    • Kitchen/Break Rooms will be for active cooking only, not for gathering.
    • Discontinue use of shared kitchen supplies.
    • Each employee will be responsible for cleaning the following after each use: water cooler handles, Keurig and coffee pots, fridge handles, and microwave control panels.
    • Employees must keep workspaces clean daily.
    • Employees are discouraged from sharing items that are difficult to clean or disinfect.
    • Only use common spaces that accommodate social distancing.

    COVID-19 Leave Reporting Process

    COVID-19 Leave Reporting Process

    Employees unable to work due to COVID-19 qualifying conditions must report time as noted below following the ASU’s Families First Coronavirus Response Act. 

    1. In PeopleSoft, Salaried, Hourly, and Student employees must enter time unable to work due to COVID-19 using the appropriate code indicated in the Coronavirus Response Act time reporting process guide
    2. In Department Time and Attendance Support (TAS), employees must enter time as Hours Worked with a comment in the Reason section as Sick and the code used in PeopleSoft. Example: Hours Worked EOM. 

    COVID-19 Illness Reporting Process

    COVID-19 Illness Reporting Process

    Employees and supervisors must follow the below process when a faculty, staff or student employee has been diagnosed with COVID-19. 

    1. Employee notifies supervisor
      • Provide links to FAQs and HR addressing COVID leave policies
      • Allow remote work if employee is able
      • Employee must self-isolate for 14 days
      • Refer to medical provider for testing
      • Employee privacy must be maintained
    2. Contact the Employee Wellness Exposure Management team (480-727-6517 or EmployeeWellness@exchange.asu.edu), which will coordinate the process of tracing and notifying any close contacts who need to be aware of their potential exposure. Copy Phil Carrano on the email or call at 602-496-2151.
    3. If an employee is located at a non-ASU site (Mayo, ABC, TGEN).  Phil Carrano to notify appropriate representative for cleaning

    Supervisor Resources

    Supervisor Resources

    • Supervisors should follow ASU guidelines/recommendations
    • Become familiar with the COVID-19 FAQs that includes common questions on Human Resources and Faculty and Staff: Teaching and Working Remotely 
    • Continue to support wellness, coping and resilience

    Required Training

    Required Training

    CHS faculty, staff and students are required to take the ASU Community of Care Training for Employees. Supervisors can see the status for their employees HERE to confirm training has been completed prior to returning to campus.

    All supervisors are required to take the ASU Supervisor Return to Campus training. Available training dates have been shared with managers. If you need information on the training, please contact Phil Carrano at carranop@asu.edu.

    Employee Testing and Self-Screening

    Employee Testing and Self-Screening

    Employee Testing

    • COVID-19 saliva testing is available to employees. While optional, testing is encouraged for those who are returning to campus. For more information and to schedule an appointment, visit the Employee COVID-19 testing page.
    • Employees should only schedule a COVID-19 test after receiving a return-to-campus date from their supervisors. ASU employees and affiliates must create a Point and Click Solutions account to schedule testing appointments and register with ASU Agency Code 2tzzr5xi.
    • Testing for employees returning to campus will be prioritized, and testing for employees working remotely will be scheduled within the remaining capacity.
    • We encourage you to get tested as often as needed.

    Self-Screening

    All employees returning to campus are required to complete a daily symptom self-screening and should not attend work in person or be around others if feeling sick or if exhibiting any symptoms related to COVID-19. It is recommended that you download the ASU mobile app if you do not have it already; the self-screening portion of the app is expected to be available Aug. 7.

    Technology Success at the Office

    Technology Success at the Office

    Please bring in your laptop, laptop charger, keyboard, and mouse on your assigned days for optimal productivity. Visit the Dual Monitor Setup for Windows 10 intranet page for instructions on how to change dual monitor configurations.

    Building and Facilities Information

    Building and Facilities Information

    Sun Card building access did not change when the buildings went into lockdown mode during the pandemic/teleworking. The only thing that changed was, the building access readers were set to only unlock when a badge, with the correct access assigned, was swiped.  Based on information that we have today, this will not change when we return to campus.  Therefore, you do not need to request access prior to returning to campus. Below are a few things to keep in mind.

    • Should you encounter an issue with your badge not allowing you access, please submit a ticket to CHS Facilities.  
    • If you never had to swipe your badge and are not sure you have access, please submit a ticket to CHS Facilities ASAP.  By submitting a ticket, it provides us with the information we need to pull your badge access information and troubleshoot any issues, prior to your return.
    • There are multiple people monitoring the tickets, so we will be able to respond quickly. You may also call the front desk line at 602-496-1949 during business hours for assistance.

    Building Access Plans

    Resources and Quick Links

    Contact Information

    Last page update: March 9, 2021 - 1:59pm